AccuWeather LIVE: Severe Weather Unfolds from Texas to Minnesota

By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, Staff Writer
May 8, 2014; 1:00 PM ET
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On the latest edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we highlighted the severe weather impacting the swath of the country from Dallas to Minneapolis today.

To kick off the show, Meteorologist Justin Povick gave forecast updates, and Meteorologist Heather Waldman went over recent extreme weather events.

To watch the latest edition of AccuWeather LIVE, see the video below:

Andrew Baglini hosted a segment covering some of the highlights of our 2014 summer forecast, with Lead Long-Range Forecaster Paul Pastelok.

Bernie Rayno and Evan Myers took a look at the fan comments from the week as part of their weekly By the Numbers segment.

Show host Mark Mancuso also looked at some fan comments when he hosted our viral segment discussing the results of a poll our readers took about the type of weather they find most fearful and worthy of avoiding.

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